So glad to find this forum! I'm newly diagnosed T1(three weeks in). I'm 33 and this came out of nowhere. I was in the middle of half marathon training, and had my longest run at 7 miles the day before I received the news(glucose 637 and A1C 12.5), and spent the night in the hospital. Since then I've visited a couple of endocrinologists and will continue to search until I find one I'm comfortable with, I'm having to insist on antibody testing and a subscription for more than 3 testing strips a day. I started out on 15 units of lantus at night, and 6 units of humalog just before meals. Since then I've gradually reduced the humalog to just 1 unit, and i'm off the lantus entirely. I suppose this is why they call it honeymoon period. With just the 1 unit and no humalog, my levels 2 hours after meals are on average 145 or so, before meals 90-100. I've started to experiment with exercise. The first two nights, a 2.5 mile run consistently dropped my levels by about 40. On the third night, the drop was 76(from 133 to 57). My last dose of humalog was almost 3.5 hours before the start of the run, so I didn't expect it to be a factor. Am I missing something? Does a compromised pancreas also impact it's ability to recognize dropping glucose and signal the liver keep glucose levels in check? Or, is the humalog the culprit? I'm a bit concerned that I didn't recognize my glucose at 57, I live alone so lows are a real concern of mine. Any advice on any of this, greatly appreciated!